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dotiert {adj} (Arbeitsstelle) Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

dotiert {adj} (Arbeitsstelle)
eine hoch gut dotierte Stelle
Die Stelle ist mit 3.000 EUR pro Monat dotiert.
paid (post)
a highly-paid well-paid job
The monthly salary for the position is EUR 3 000.
dotiert {adj} (Arbeitsstelle)
eine hoch gut dotierte Stelle
Die Stelle ist mit 3.000 EUR pro Monat dotiert.
paid (post)
a highly-paid well-paid job
The monthly salary for the position is EUR 3 000.
(einen Fonds Preis) dotieren; ausstatten; äufnen [Schw.] {vt} (mit einer Summe) [fin.]
dotierend; ausstattend; äufnend
dotiert; ausgestattet; geäufnet
dotiert
dotierte
ein gut hoch dotiertes Rennen
eine Einrichtung mit 50.000 Pfund dotieren
Das Turnier ist mit 90.000 Euro dotiert.
Der Preis war mit 10.000 Euro dotiert.
to endow (a fund prize) (with a sum)
endowing
endowed
endows
endowed
a race endowed with a good purse prize money
to endow an institution with 50 000 pounds
The prize money for the tournament is 90 000 euros.
The prize was 10 000 euros.
dotieren, stiften
dotierend, stiftend
dotiert, gestiftet
dotiert
dotierte
to endow
endowing
endowed
endows
endowed
Arbeitsstelle {f}
freie Arbeitsstelle {f}, offene Stelle {f}
job, place of work
vacancy
Arbeitsstelle {f}
Arbeitsstellen {pl}
Er sucht eine Arbeitsstelle wo er bestimmen kann was geschieht.
job; place of work
jobs; places of work
He seeks a job where he is able to call the shots tune.
realistisch; zumutbar {adj}
eine realistische Aussicht auf Erfolg
eine zumutbare Arbeitsstelle
reasonable; not unreasonable
a reasonable prospect of success
a job which can reasonably be expected to be accepted
dotiert
endows
dotiert
contaminated
dotieren {vt}
dotierend
dotiert
to dope; to contaminate
doping; contaminating
doped; contaminated
dotieren {vt}
dotierend
dotiert
to dope, to contaminate
doping, contaminating
doped, contaminated
Arbeit, Arbeitsplatz, Arbeitsstelle
job
Arbeitsplatz, Arbeitsstelle, Stelle
position
Arbeitsplatz, Stelle, Arbeitsstelle, Position
post
Stellungswechsel, Wechsel der Arbeitsstelle
change of employment
Stelle, Anstellung, Arbeitsstelle, Situation
situation
eine Arbeitsstelle kündigen (der Arbeitnehmer selbst)
to chuck a job [Am.] [slang]
königlich {adv}
fürstlich belohnt; fürstlich dotiert
royally
royally paid
jdn. für etw. entlohnen; jdm. etw. vergüten {vt}
entlohnend; vergütend
entlohnt; vergütet
entlohnt; vergütet
entlohnte; vergütete
Die Stelle ist Teilzeit und mit 1.000 EUR dotiert.
to remunerate sb. for sth.
remunerating
remunerated
remunerates
remunerated
The appointment is part-time and remunerated with EUR 1 000.
freie unbesetzte Arbeitsstelle {f}; offene freie Stelle {f}; freigewordener Posten {m}; Vakanz {f} [adm.]
eine freie Stelle ausschreiben
eine Stelle besetzen
Ist die Stelle schon vergeben?
job vacancy; vacancy; unoccupied position
to advertise a vacancy
to fill a vacancy
Has the vacancy been filled already?
wechseln, umschalten, ändern, abändern, verändern {vt}
wechselnd, umschaltend, ändernd, abändernd, verändernd
gewechselt, umgeschaltet, geändert, abgeändert, verändert
er
sie wechselt
ich
er
sie wechselte
er
sie hat
hatte gewechselt
den Besitzer wechseln
seine Arbeitsstelle wechseln
to change
changing
changed
he
she changes
I
he
she changed
he
she has
had changed
to change hands
to change one's job
gering {adj}
klein {adj}
kleinlich {adj}
minimal {adj}
nichtig {adj}
wertlos {adj}
unbedeutend {adj}
wertloser Gegenstand {m}
unbedeutende Person {f}
picayune
picayune
picayune
picayune
picayune
picayune
picayune
picayune
picayune
etw. ändern; verändern; abändern; umändern; wechseln; tauschen {vt}
ändernd; verändernd; abändernd; umändernd; wechselnd; tauschend
geändert; verändert; abgeändert; umgeändert; gewechselt; getauscht
er sie ändert
ich er sie änderte
er sie hat hatte geändert
andere Schuhe anziehen
mit jdm. den Platz tauschen; mit jdm. tauschen [übtr.]
den Besitzer wechseln
seine Arbeitsstelle wechseln
Das ändert alles.
automatisch mitgeändert
to change sth.
changing
changed
he she changes
I he she changed
he she has had changed
to change one's shoes
to change places with sb.
to change hands
to change one's job
That changes everything.
also changed automatically
alsbaldig {adj} [eher geschriebensprachlich]; augenblicklich {adj}; prompt {adj}; sofortig {adj}; unverzüglich {adj}; umgehend {adj}
immediate {adj}; instant {adj}
übertrieben {adj}; hochtrabend {adj}; überzogen {adj}; gespreizt {adj}; geschwollen {adj}; schwülstig {adj} (Sprache)
overblown {adj}
überirdisch {adj}; unergründlich {adj}
heilig {adj}; gottgefällig {adj}
geistig {adj}; intellektuell {adj}
numinous
numinous
numinous
sorgfältig {adj}; minutiös {adj}; minuziös {adj}; akkurat {adj}
peinlich genau; akribisch {adj}
fastidious {adj}; meticulous {adj}
fastidious {adj}; meticulous {adj}
Arbeitsstelle {f}; Posten {m}; Arbeitsplatz {m}
Arbeitsstellen {pl}; Posten {pl}; Arbeitsplätze {pl}
offene Stellen
Stelle ohne Berufschancen Aufstiegschancen
(neue) Arbeitsplätze schaffen
Arbeitsplätze erhalten
Er hat mir eine Stelle besorgt.
Der neue Gewerbepark wird hunderte Arbeitsplätze schaffen.
Sie versucht in der Stadt eine Arbeit zu finden.
Er hat einen hochbezahlten Posten in der Wirtschaft.
Wenn bei uns automatisiert wird verliere ich meine Stelle.
Wenn das Lokal schließt steht sie ohne Arbeit da.
job
jobs
jobs available
blind alley job
to create (new) jobs; to add (new) jobs
to preserve jobs
He has found me a job.
The new business park will create hundreds of jobs.
She's trying to get land find a job in the city.
He has a high-paying job in the industry.
If we automate I'll lose my job.
If the restaurant closes she'll be out of a job.
stellungslos {adj}; arbeitslos {adj}; erwerbslos {adj}; unbeschäftigt {adj}; ohne Anstellung {adj}
unemployed {adj}; jobless {adj}; without a job
durchdringend {adj} [lit.]
schallend {adj}
widerhallend {adj}
klagend {adj}
wehmütig {adj}
plangent
plangent
plangent
plangent
plangent
anfällig; empfänglich; empfindlich {adj} (gegenüber etw.)
alterungsempfindlich; nicht alterungsbeständig {adj}
frostempfindlich {adj}
kälteempfindlich {adj}
oxidationsanfällig {adj}
schmerzempfindlich sein
störanfällig {adj}
stoßunempfindlich {adj}
wasserempfindlich {adj}
nicht anfällig; unempfänglich {adj}
Diese Oberflächte ist sehr anfällig für Kratzer.
Das Virus kann empfindliche Personen infizieren.
Kinder sind für Schmeicheleien sehr empfänglich.
susceptible; susceptive [obs.] (to sth.)
susceptible to aging
frost-susceptible
susceptible to freezing
susceptible to oxidation
to be susceptible to pain
susceptible to faults
not susceptible to shocks
susceptible to water
insusceptible
This surface is highly susceptible to scratches.
The virus can infect susceptible individuals.
Children are very susceptible to flattery.
gehandicapt {adj}; gehandikapt {adj}; beeinträchtigt {adj}; benachteiligt {adj}; behindert {adj}
handicapped {adj}
verdorben {adj}; runiert {adj}; verunziert {adj}
geschädigt {adj}; beschädigt {adj}
marred {adj}
marred {adj}
aufsehenerregend {adj}; vielbeachtet {adj}; profiliert {adj}
hochrangig {adj}; hochkarätig {adj}
high-profile {adj}
high-profile {adj}
unecht {adj}; falsch {adj}; gekünstelt {adj}; künstlich {adj}; imitiert {adj}
faux {adj}
verrückt {adj}; bescheuert {adj}; blödsinning {adj}; bekloppt {adj}; blöd {adj}
barmy [Br.] [coll.]
dumm {adj}; begriffsstutzig {adj}; (geistig) unterbelichtet {adj} [ugs.] [übtr.]; blöd {adj}
dense {adj}
angetrunken {adj}; leicht betrunken; angesäuselt {adj} [ugs.]; beschwipst {adj}; angeheitert {adj}
squiffy {adj} [coll.]
randvoll {adj}
gerammelt voll {adj}
vollgepackt {adj}
überfüllt {adj} (mit Menschen)
full to the gunwales (often misspelt as 'gunnels') [obs.]
full to the gunwales [obs.]
full to the gunwales [obs.]
full to the gunwales [obs.]
quälend {adj}; lästig {adj}; anhaltend {adj}; nagend {adj} (bspw. Zweifel)
niggling {adj}; gnawing {adj} (e.g. doubts)
betrunken {adj}; (hacke)dicht {adj} [slang]; sternhagelvoll {adj} [ugs.]; besoffen {adj} [ugs.]; blau {adj} [ugs.]
well-oiled {adj} [slang]
quecksilbrig {adj}; äußerst lebhaft {adj}; munter {adj}; agil {adj}
quicksilver {adj} (e.g. personality)
sturzbetrunken {adj}; besoffen {adj}; sternhagelvoll {adj}; hackedicht {adj} [ugs.]
sozzled [Br.] [slang]
betrunken {adj}; hackedicht {adj} [slang]; sternhagelvoll {adj} [ugs.]; besoffen {adj} [ugs.]; blau {adj} [ugs.]
blootered {adj} [Sc.] [coll.]
hochmütig {adj}; hochnäsig {adj}; stolz {adj}; arrogant {adj}
haughty {adj}; arrogant {adj}
unbedeutend {adj}; unwichtig {adj}; belanglos {adj}; nebensächlich {adj}
niggling {adj}; petty {adj}
mühsam {adj}; gezwungen {adj}; schwerfällig {adj}; angestrengt {adj}
laboured {adj} [Br.]; labored {adj} [Am.]
starrsinnig {adj}; eigensinnig {adj}; stur {adj}; rechthaberisch {adj}
opinionated {adj}
schäbig {adj}; lausig {adj}; vergammelt {adj}; widerlich {adj}
scuzzy {adj} [eAm.]
komisch {adj}; seltsam {adj}; merkwürdig {adj}; sonderbar {adj}
rum {adj} [Br.] [slang]
auspegrägt {adj}; deutlich {adj}; auffallend {adj}; ausgesprochen {adj}
pronounced {adj}
heimtückisch {adj}; niederträchtig {adj}; hinterhältig {adj}; feige {adj}
dastardly {adj}
gerühmt {adj}; gepriesen {adj}
vielgerühmt {adj}; vielgepriesen {adj}
vaunted {adj} [geh.]
much-vaunted {adj}
nüchtern {adj}; distanziert {adj}; kühl {adj}; unpersönlich {adj}
clinical {adj}
eingesessen {adj}; altangesessen {adj}; alteingesessen {adj}; altansässig {adj}
old-established {adj}; long-established {adj}
empathisch {adj}; einfühlsam {adj}; feinfühlig {adj}; sensibel {adj}
empathic {adj}; empathetic {adj}
platt {adj}; abgedroschen {adj}; langweilig {adj}; banal {adj}
bromidic {adj}
appetitanregend {adj}; appetitlich {adj}; verlockend {adj}; lecker {adj}
appetising {adj} [Br.]; appetizing {adj} [eAm.]
photovoltaisch {adj}; fotovoltaisch {adj}
photoelektrisch {adj}; fotoelektrisch {adj}
photovoltaic {adj} [abbr.: PV]
photovoltaic {adj} [abbr.: PV]
entnervend {adj}; nervenaufreibend {adj}; nervenzermürbend {adj}; nervtötend {adj}
unnerving {adj}
übervoll {adj}; gerammelt voll {adj} [ugs.]; gerappelt voll {adj} [ugs.]; rammelvoll {adj} [ugs.]; bumsvoll {adj} [slang]
chock-full {adj} [coll.]
schmeichelnd {adj}; glattzüngig {adj}; heuchlerisch {adj}; schleimig {adj} [übtr.]; falsch [übtr.]
smooth-tongued {adj}
grüblerisch {adj}; launisch {adj}
brütig {adj}
den Wunsch nach einem Kind verspüren
broody
broody
to feel broody (esp. women)
versaut {adj}; derb {adj}; verdorben {adj}
Sie hat ziemlich versaute Gedanken.
dirty {adj}; perverted {adj}; lewd {adj}
Her mind is in the gutter.
ohne Deckel
lidlos {adj} (Auge)
schlaflos {adj}; wachsam {adj}
lidless {adj}
lidless {adj}
lidless {adj}
rückhaltlos {adj}; schonungslos {adj}; hemmungslos {adj}
Alles ist erlaubt!
no-holds-barred
No holds barred!
wohltuend {adj}; erholsam {adj}
Balsam enthaltend; balsamisch {adj}
balsamic [fig.]
balsamic {adj}
unverzerrt {adj}; unverfälscht {adj} (Wahrheit etc.)
unverdreht {adj} (Werkstoff etc.)
undistorted {adj}
undistorted {adj}
stark übertrieben; reißerisch {adj}
exzentrisch {adj}; übertreibend {adj}
gonzo [Am.] [coll.] (journalism)
gonzo [coll.]
kleinkariert {adj}; altmodisch {adj}; spießig {adj}
Spießer {m}; Nörgler {m}
fuddy-duddy {adj}
fuddy-duddy
achtlos {adj}; beiläufig {adj}; unbedacht {adj} (bpw. Bemerkung)
throwaway {adj} (e.g. remark)
sehr groß; beachtlich {adj}; ansehnlich {adj}; erheblich {adj}
sizeable {adj}; sizable {adj}
nicht kontrolliert; unkontrolliert {adj}
unbeobachtet {adj}
unüberwacht {adj}
unmonitored {adj}
unmonitored {adj}
unmonitored {adj}
sauer {adj} [ugs.]; wütend {adj}; verärgert {adj}; böse {adj}
sauer wütend auf jdn. sein
to be cross {adj} [eBr.]
to be cross with so.
eingerichtet; möbliert möbl. {adj}
nicht eingerichtet; unmöbliert {adj}
teilmöbliert {adj}
vollständig möbliert; komplett möbliert {adj}
möbliertes Zimmer
furnished furn.
unfurnished
partially furnished; partly furnished
fully furnished; completely furnished
rented room
in Fetzen
ruiniert {adj}
zerrissen {adj}
zerfetzt {adj}
in tatters
in tatters
in tatters
in tatters
belangvoll {adj} [selten]; wichtig {adj}; bedeutend {adj}
important {adj}; meaningful {adj}
sensationslüstern {adj}; sensationsgierig {adj}
sensationsgeil {adj} [ugs.]
sensationalistic {adj}
sensationalistic {adj}
protzig {adj}; luxuriös {adj}; schickimicki {adj} [ugs.]
flash {adj} [Br.] [coll.]
mutlos {adj}; ängstlich {adj}; kleinmütig {adj} [geh.]
faint-hearted {adj}
wert; würdig {adj}
bemerkenswert {adj}
erwähnenswert {adj}
worthy
worthy of remark
worthy of mention
lässig {adj}; leger {adj}; zwanglos {adj} (Kleidung)
dress-down {adj}
einnehmend {adj}; gewinnend {adj}; angenehm {adj} (Person)
engaging {adj}
priapisch {adj}; priapeisch {adj}; phallisch {adj}; Phallus-
priapic {adj}
wert, würdig {adj}
bemerkenswert {adj}
erwähnenswert {adj}
worthy
worthy of remark
worthy of mention
doppelzüngig {adj} [übtr.]
heuchlerisch {adj}
verlogen {adj}
duplicitous {adj}
duplicitous {adj}
duplicitous {adj}
abschälend {adj}; abblätternd {adj}
peelend {adj}; Peeling...
exfoliating {adj}
exfoliating {adj}
populistisch {adj} [pol.]
linkspopulistisch {adj}
rechtspopulistisch {adj}
populist
left-wing populist
right-wing populist
pelzig {adj}; haarig {adj}; flauschig {adj}
Pelz-
furry {adj}
furry {adj}
aufrichtig {adj}; authentisch {adj}; angemessen {adj}
fair dinkum [coll.] [Austr.] [New Zealand]
überspannt {adj}; extravagant {adj}; unkonventionell {adj}
outré {adj} [geh.]
übermenschlich {adj}
riesenhaft {adj}
herkulisch {adj}
Herculean
Herculean
Herculean
geradlinig {adj}; nüchtern {adj}; sachlich {adj}
no-nonsense {adj}
sybillinisch {adj}; prophetisch {adj}; vorhersagend {adj}
Sibylline {adj}; prophetic {adj}
instabil {adj}; unberechenbar {adj}
launisch {adj}
volatile {adj}
volatile {adj}
schwächelnd {adj}; abflauend {adj}; nachlassend {adj}
flagging {adj}
bewertend {adj}; wertend {adj}; evaluativ {adj}
evaluative
erklärend {adj}; erläuternd {adj}
ausführend {adj}
explicative {adj}
explicative {adj}
mundartlich {adj}; landessprachlich {adj}; muttersprachlich {adj}
vernacular {adj}
offen {adj}; direkt {adj}; unverblümt {adj}
outright {adj}
attraktiv {adj}; einnehmend {adj}; bezaubernd {adj}
fetching {adj} [coll.]
legendär {adj}; berühmt {adj}; sagenumwoben {adj}
fabled {adj}
entzückt {adj}; fasziniert {adj}; begeistert {adj}
enamoured {adj} [Br.]; enamored {adj} [Am.]
anstellig {adj}; geschickt {adj}; gelehrig {adj}
skillful [Br.]; skilfull [Am.]
gerissen adj: ausgefuchst {adj}; listig {adj}
foxy {adj}
versiert {adj}
vollkommen {adj}
vollendet {adj}
accomplished {adj}
accomplished {adj}
accomplished {adj}
geizig {adj}; knausrig {adj}; knauserig {adj}
penny-pinching {adj}; mean {adj}
unscheinbar {adj}; unauffällig {adj}; uninteressant {adj}
nondescript {adj}
dienlich {adj}; mitwirkend {adj}; hilfreich {adj}
instrumental {adj}
funkelnd {adj}; glitzernd {adj}; glänzend {adj}
sparkly {adj}
bankfähig {adj}
diskontfähig {adj}; diskontierbar {adj}
bankable {adj}
bankable {adj}
abfällig {adj}; bissig {adj}; gallig {adj}
snarky {adj}
gedrückt {adj}; bedrückt {adj}; niedergeschlagen {adj}
subdued {adj}
exegetisch {adj}; auslegend {adj}; erklärend {adj}
exegetical {adj}
teilnehmend {adj}
partizipativ {adj}
beteiligungsfreundlich {adj}
participative
participative
participative
unsympathisch {adj}; unfreundlich {adj}; unleidlich {adj}
disagreeable {adj}
gekürzt {adj}; reduziert {adj}; abgespeckt {adj}
stripped-down {adj}
kampferfahren {adj}; kampferprobt {adj}
hartgesotten {adj}
battle-hardened {adj}
battle-hardened {adj}
düster {adj}; finster {adj}; dunkel {adj}
darkling {adj} [poet.]
standhaft {adj}; unerschütterlich {adj}; unbeirrbar {adj}
unwavering {adj}
gewellt {adj}; wellig {adj}; wellenförmig {adj}
undulating {adj} [formal]
blöd {adj}; dumm {adj}; töricht {adj}
goosy {adj} [coll.]
träge {adj}; schlapp {adj}; schlaff {adj}
torpid {adj} [geh]
nachsichtig {adj}; großmütig {adj}; freundlich {adj}
charitable {adj}
verarmt {adj}; ärmlich {adj}; notleidend {adj}
hardscrabble {adj} [Am.]
vorschnell {adj}; überstürzt {adj}; voreilig {adj}
impetuous {adj}
sonnenüberflutet {adj}; sonnenreich {adj}; sonnig {adj}
sun-drenched {adj}
mühsam {adj}; mühselig {adj}
zermürbend {adj}
grinding {adj}
grinding {adj}
munter {adj}; lebhaft {adj}; vergnügt {adj}
chipper {adj}
reizbar {adj}
nervös {adj}
unruhig {adj}
twitchy
twitchy
twitchy
gebieterisch {adj}; herrisch {adj}; autoritär {adj}
magisterial {adj}
überfüllt {adj}; überbucht {adj}; überlaufen {adj}
oversubscribed {adj}
schick {adj}; schmuck {adj}; adrett {adj}
natty {adj}
wirr {adj}; zerstreut {adj}; verworren {adj}
muddle-headed {adj}
unschick {adj}; unelegant {adj}; langweilig {adj}
dowdy {adj}
idiotisch {adj}; schwachsinnig {adj}; dumm {adj}
lamebrain {adj} [coll.] [eAm.]
frei {adj}; gelöst {adj}; ungebunden {adj}
disengaged {adj}
nachgiebig {adj}; gleichgültig {adj}; rückgratlos {adj}
supine {adj}
zermürbend {adj}; schwächend {adj}; lähmend {adj}
debilitating {adj}
erheblich {adj}
schwierig {adj}; kolossal {adj}
formidable {adj}
formidable {adj}
erholsam {adj}; erholungsfördernd {adj}; stärkend {adj}
recuperative {adj}
losgemacht {adj}; losgebunden {adj}
ungebunden {adj}
untethered {adj}
untethered {adj} [fig.]
zuteilbar {adj}
zuordnungsfähig {adj}
zuweisbar {adj}
allocable
allocable
allocable
bewegt {adj}; wechselhaft {adj}; durchwachsen {adj}
chequered [Br.]; checkered [eAm.]
vorsichtig {adj}
bedächtig {adj}
wohlüberlegt {adj}
deliberate {adj}
deliberate {adj}
deliberate {adj}
leidenschaftlich {adj}; inbrünstig {adj}; feurig {adj}
fervent {adj}
geizig {adj}; knausrig {adj}; knauserig {adj}
niggardly {adj} [formal]
herzerwärmend {adj}; herzerfreuend {adj}
rührend {adj}
heartwarming; heart-warming {adj}
heartwarming; heart-warming {adj}
unvorsichtig {adj}; unbekümmert {adj}; gleichgültig {adj}
complacent {adj}
brückstückhadt {adj}; lückenhaft {adj}; zusammengestückelt {adj}
scrappy {adj}
modisch {adj}; modern adj trendig {adj}
faddish {adj}
unmontiert {adj}; demontiert {adj}
zerlegt {adj}
unassembled {adj}
unassembled {adj}
blockartig {adj}; blockig {adj}; blockhaft {adj}
blocky {adj}
unecht {adj}; falsch {adj}; gefälscht {adj}
phoney {adj} [eBr.] [coll.]; phony [coll.]
minderwertig {adj}; scheußlich {adj}; grässlich {adj}
execrable {adj}
ungehemmt {adj}; hemmungslos {adj}; zügellos {adj}
unbridled {adj}
aufbauend {adj}; erbaulich {adj}; aufheiternd {adj}
uplifting {adj}
gefühlsduselig {adj}
rührselig {adj}
schmalzig {adj}
syrupy {adj} [fig.]
syrupy {adj} [fig.]
syrupy {adj} [fig.]
anfangend {adj}; beginnend {adj}; rudimentär {adj}
inchoate {adj}
unvermeidbar {adj}; unabänderlich {adj}; unumgänglich {adj}
ineluctable {adj}
spannend {adj}; mitreißend {adj}; fesselnd {adj}
compelling {adj}
untraditionell {adj}; unkonventionell {adj}; ungewöhnlich {adj}
untraditional {adj}
schwach {adj}; matt {adj}; fahl {adj}
wan {adj}
vorherrschend {adj}; dominant {adj}; dominierend {adj}
hegemonic {adj}
außergewöhnlich {adj}; seltsam {adj}; eigentümlich {adj}
singular {adj}
unscheinbar {adj}; schüchtern {adj}; zurückhaltend {adj}
mousy {adj}
unschlüssig {adj}; unentschieden {adj}; unentschlossen {adj}
unresolved {adj}
zaghaft {adj}; ängstlich {adj}; feige {adj}
pusillanimous {adj} [geh.]
gekürzt {adj}
abgeschaltet {adj}
kurzgeschlossen {adj}
shorted {adj}
shorted {adj}
shorted {adj}
kastenförmig {adj}; kastig {adj}; kastenartig {adj}
boxy {adj}
widerlegbar {adj}; leugbar {adj}; bestreitbar {adj}
deniable {adj}
haargenau {adj} [ugs.]; exakt {adj}
goldrichtig {adj} [ugs.]; genau richtig
spot on; spot-on {adj} [coll.]
spot on; spot-on {adj} [coll.]
kariert {adj} [textil.]
kleinkariert {adj}
großkariert {adj}
bunt kariert
checked
small-checked; finely checked
large-checked
with coloured checks
fein gesponnen {adj}
raffiniert {adj} [fig]
subtil {adj} [fig]
finespun
finespun
finespun
bewertet {adj}
bewertet zu Anschaffungswerten
unbewertet {adj}
unterbewertet {adj}
valued
valued at cost value
unvalued
undervalued
gangbar {adj}; begehbar {adj}
gangbar {adj}; ausführbar {adj}
passable {adj}
passable {adj}
gefälscht {adj}
frisiert {adj} [coll.]; getürkt {adj} [coll.]
doctored {adj}
doctored {adj}
(zu) schnell {adj}; überstürzt {adj}; (zu) einfach {adj}
pat {adj} [often disapproving]
übelriechend {adj}; übel riechend; riechend {adj}; stinkend {adj}
fetid {adj}
lau {adj} [übtr.]; lauwarm {adj} [übtr.]; halbherzig {adj}
tepid {adj} [fig.]; lukewarm {adj} [fig.]; half-hearted {adj}
zweitletzte r s {adj}; vorletzte r s {adj}
zweitletzte r s {adj}; vorletzte r s {adj} (bei Wettbewerben)
next to last
second from bottom
zeitgenössisch {adj}; authentisch {adj} (den Stil einer best. Zeit betreffend)
period {adj} [only before nouns] (having a style typical of a certain epoch)
spanlos; umformend {adj} [techn.]
spanlose Formgebung Formung; Umformung {adj}
chipless; non-cutting
non-cutting shaping; forming
mit Girlanden geschmückt
behangen {adj}
bewuchert (von Pflanzen) {adj}
festooned {adj}
festooned {adj}
festooned {adj}
griffig; handlich {adj}
griffiger; handlicher
am griffigsten; am handlichsten
unhandlich {adj}
handy
handier
handiest
unhandy
inflationär; inflationistisch {adj}
antiinflationär {adj}
inflationäre Tendenz
inflatorische Lücke
inflationary
anti-inflationary
inflationary trend
inflationary gap
aktuell {adj}
hochaktuell {adj}
aktuelle Ereignisse wie der Weltcup
topical; of topical interest
highly topical
topical events like the World Cup
in der Umgebung eines Nierenkelchs (liegend gelegen) {adj} {adj} [anat.]
pericalyceal
konfessionsgebunden {adj}; konfessionel begründet
Konfessions-
sektiererisch {adj}; Sekten-
sectarian {adj}
sectarian {adj}
sectarian {adj}
klonal {adj} [biol.] [med.]
kloniert {adj}
klonale Vermehrung {f}
clonal
clonal
clonal production
schismatisch {adj}; ein Schisma betreffend betreibend {adj} [relig.]
schismatic; schismatical
todsicher {adj} [ugs.], erfolgssicher {adj}
eine todsichere Sache
dead sure, sure-fire
a sure-fire method
unruhig {adj} (wegen), besorgt {adj} (um)
unruhiger
am unruhigsten
uneasy (about)
uneasier
uneasiest
zähflüssig; dickflüssig; schwerflüssig; viskos {adj}
hochviskos {adj} HV
viscous; consistent
highly viscous HV
letzter; letzte; letztes {adj}
hinterer; hintere; hinteres {adj}
endmost; hindmost
endmost; hindmost
unruhig {adj} (wegen); besorgt {adj} (um)
unruhiger
am unruhigsten
uneasy (about)
uneasier
uneasiest
voraussichtlich; präsumptiv {adj} (Sache) {adj}
die voraussichtlichen Kosten
prospective (matter) (only before noun)
the prospective costs
aus der Fassung gebracht; verunsichert {adj}; unbehaglich {adj}
discomfited {adj}
veräußerbar; verkäuflich; verkaufsfähig; absetzbar {adj} [econ.]
unverkäuflich; nicht verkaufbar {adj}
saleable [Br.]; salable [Am.]
unsaleable; unsalable
periaxonal; in der Umgebung eines Achsenzylinders (liegend gelegen) {adj} {adj} [anat.]
periaxonal
perineural; in der Umgebung eines Nervens (liegend gelegen) {adj} {adj} [anat.]
perineural
durchlässig; durchdringlich; durchdringbar; permeabel {adj} (für etw.) [phys.]
wasserdurchlässig {adj}
permeable; pervious (to sth.)
permeable pervious to water
perisinoidal; in der Umgebung eines Hohlraums (liegend gelegen) {adj} {adj} [anat.]
perisinuous; perisinusoidal
entfernt; fern {adj}
entfernter; ferner
entfernten; am fernsten {adj}
ferne Zukunft
remote
remoter
remotest
remote future
rundlich; pummelig {adj} (Kind)
rundlicher; pummeliger
am rundlichsten; am pummeligsten
pausbäckig {adj}
chubby (child)
chubbier
chubbiest
chubby faced
echt {adj}; wirklich {adj} (zum Bestätigen und Hinterfragen einer Aussage)
fair dinkum [coll.] [Austr.] [New Zealand]
peritrochantär; in der Umgebung eines Rollhügels (liegend gelegen) {adj} {adj} [anat.]
peritrochanteric
entfernt, fern {adj}
entfernter, ferner
entfernten, am fernsten {adj}
ferne Zukunft
remote
remoter
remotest
remote future
zulässig; erlaubt; vorschriftsgemäß; statthaft [adm.] {adj}
zulässige Ausschusszahl {f}
nichtzulässig {adj}
allowable; permissible
allowable defects
non-permissible
(über etw.) nicht auf dem Laufenden sein
realitätsfern {adj}; wirklichkeitsfremd {adj}
to be out of touch (with sth.)
out of touch with reality
vergesslich {adj}
weltvergessen {adj}
ohne Notiz von seiner Umgebung zu nehmen
oblivious
oblivious of the world; oblivious to the world
oblivious of his surroundings; oblivious to his surroundings
alltäglich; durchschnittlich {adj}
08 15; null-acht-fünfzehn; nullachtfünfzehn {adj} [ugs.]
unexceptional
run-of-the-mill; run-of-the-mine [coll.]
wertvoll, kostbar, geschätzt {adj}
wertvoller, kostbarer, geschätzter
am wertvollsten, am kostbarsten, am geschätztesten {adj}
valuable
more valuable
most valuable
virulent; stark wirkend; giftig; bösartig {adj} [med.]
virulenter
am virulentesten
hochvirulent {adj}
virulent
more virulent
most virulent
highly virulent
wertvoll; kostbar; geschätzt {adj}
wertvoller; kostbarer; geschätzter
am wertvollsten; am kostbarsten; am geschätztesten {adj}
valuable
more valuable
most valuable
vergesslich {adj}
weltvergessen {adj}
ohne Notiz von seiner Umgebung zu nehmen
oblivious
oblivious of the world, oblivious to the world
oblivious of his surroundings, oblivious to his surroundings
hart {adj}; unbarmherzig {adj}
mit einserner Faust
iron-fisted {adj}
iron-fisted {adj}
inflationär, inflationistisch {adj}
antiinflationär {adj}
inflationäre Tendenz
inflationary
anti-inflationary
inflationary trend
kühl {adj}; frostig {adj} [beide auch übtr.]
chilly {adj} [also fig.]
begrenzend; endlich {adj}
unendlich {adj}
endlicher Dezimalbruch
terminating
nonterminating
terminating decimal
ungebraucht {adj}; unbenutzt {adj}; noch nicht benutzt
unused {adj}
anticipativ {adj}
vorgreifend {adj}
vorschüssige Verzinsung {f} [fin.]
anticipative
anticipative
anticipative interest yield
netzverträglich {adj} [telco.]
netzunverträglich {adj}
netzverträglicher Wert
network-compatible
network-incompatible
network compatible value
anfällig, empfänglich, empfindlich {adj} (gegenüber)
störanfällig {adj}
susceptible (to)
susceptible to faults
schmalzig {adj} [übtr.]; schnulzig {adj} (übertrieben emotional)
slushy {adj}
scharf formuliert; eindringlich {adj}; geharnischt; nachdrücklich {adj}
strongly-worded {adj}
abgeschieden; abgelegen; einsam {adj} [geogr.]
weltabgeschieden {adj}
secluded
secluded from the world
gewerblich {adj} [econ.]
gewerbliches Fahrzeug
nichtgewerblich {adj}
commercial; business ...; industrial; trade ...
commercial vehicle
non-commercial; noncommercial
endlos {adj}; nicht enden wollend; langwierig {adj}
interminable {adj}; endless {adj}
verletzt {adj} (auf emotionaler Ebene)
gekränkt {adj}
aggrieved {adj}
aggrieved {adj}
bläulich {adj}; blau {adj} (z. B. bei einem Hämatom)
livid {adj}
männlich männl. ; maskulin {adj}
unmännlich; weiblich {adj}
masculine masc.
unmasculine
Verehren {n}; Anbeten {n} [relig.]
verehrend {adj}; anbetend {adj}
worshipping [eBr.]; worshiping [eAm.]
worshipping [eBr.]; worshiping [eAm.]
klar {adj}; deutlich {adj} (bspw. ein Sieg)
emphathic {adj}
spektakulär; eindrucksvoll; aufsehenerregend {adj}
unspektakulär; unauffällig {adj}
spectacular
unspectacular
ungedämmt {adj}; unisoliert {adj}; nicht isoliert (Wärme)
uninsulated {adj}
klar {adj}; eindeutig {adj}
ein klarer Fall
open-and-shut {adj}
an open-and-shut case
kompakt {adj} (die Größe)
slimeline {adj} (Getränke ohne oder mit wenig Zuckergehalt)
slimline
slimline
plötzlich; unvermittelt; jäh {adj}
urplötzlich {adj}
sudden
very sudden
bissig {adj}; boshaft {adj} (Bemerkung Antwort...)
barbed {adj} (remark answer...)
hart {adj}; schwer {adj}
schwere Zeiten
testing {adj}
testing times
sauer {adj} [ugs.] [übtr.]; verärgert {adj}
shirty {adj} [Br.] [coll.]
schlicht {adj}; schnörkellos {adj}; ohne Schnörkel
unfussy {adj}
jähzornig {adj}
hitzig {adj}; leicht reizbar
quick-tempered {adj}
quick-tempered {adj}
dionysisch {adj}
rauschhaft; wild {adj} [fig.]
dionysian
dionysian
gewerblich {adj}
gewerbliches Fahrzeug
nichtgewerblich {adj}
commercial, business ..., industrial, trade ...
commercial vehicle
noncommercial
furios {adj} [obs.]; hitzig {adj} (Person)
hot-headed {adj}
verfallbar; verwirkbar {adj}
unverfallbar; unverwirkbar {adj}
forfeitable
non-forfeitable
sattgrün {adj}; saftig grün; üppig {adj}
verdant {adj}
im Rückstand; verzögert {adj}
unerledigt {adj}
backlogged
backlogged
bedrängt {adj}; in Bedrängnis geraten; attackiert {adj}
embattled {adj}
zum falschen Zeitpunkt {adj}
unpassend {adj}
mistimed {adj}
mistimed {adj}
männlich, maskulin {adj}
unmännlich, weiblich {adj}
masculine
unmasculine
scharf {adj}; schneidend {adj} (Bemerkung Antwort...)
tart {adj}; sharp {adj}
flüssig {adj}
dünnflüssig {adj}
fluid
highly fluid; free-flowing
farbig; gefärbt; koloriert {adj}
bunt {adj}
coloured [Br.]; colored [Am.]
brightly colo(u)red; multi-colo(u)red
schwungvoll {adj}; beschwingt {adj} (Melodie Musik...)
lilting {adj}
hegelsch {adj}; Hegel'sch {adj} [phil.]
Hegelian {adj}
wutentbrannt {adj}; rasend (vor Wut) {adj}
apoplectic {adj}
bauchig; gewölbt; konvex {adj}
dichbäuchig {adj}
bellied
pot-bellied; potbellied
Reduktionsmittel {n} [chem.]
reduktiv {adj}
reduzierend {adj}
reductive
reductive
reductive
schwarzmalerisch {adj}; schwarzmalend {adj}; Unheil prophezeiend
alarmist {adj}
Jung'sch {adj}; jungsch {adj} [psych.]
Jungian {adj}
verschiebbar; verschieblich; relokierbar {adj}
unverschieblich {adj}
relocatable
non-relocatable
listig {adj}; gewieft {adj} [ugs.]; listig {adj}
wily {adj}; cunning {adj}
abenteuerlich {adj} [pej.]; abwegig {adj}
adventurist {adj}
zerkocht {adj} [cook.]
verbrannt {adj}
overcooked
overcooked
groß {adj}; Haupt-; bedeutend {adj}
major {adj}
unheilschwanger {adj} [geh.]; bedrohlich {adj}
ominous {adj}
runzlig; runzelig {adj}
faltig {adj}
puckered {adj}
puckered {adj}
bimodal {adj}; zweigipflig {adj} [Statistik]
bimodal {adj}
aufgeplustert {adj}; aufgepufft {adj} [slang]
poofy {adj} (hair fur...) [slang]
romanhaft {adj}
novellistisch {adj}
Roman-
novelistic {adj}
novelistic {adj}
novelistic {adj}
kosmetisch {adj} [übtr.]; oberflächlich {adj}
cosmetic {adj} [fig.]
unansehnlich {adj}; unattraktiv {adj} (Person)
plain; homely [Am.] (person)
schädlich {adj} (für)
gesundheitsschädlich {adj}
deleterious (for)
deleterious for health
faul {adj}
oberfaul {adj} [ugs.]
fishy [coll.]
very fishy [coll.]
(gut) verständlich {adj}
redegewandt {adj}
articulate {adj}
articulate {adj}
vermeidlich {adj} [selten]; vermeidbar {adj}
avoidable {adj}; evitable {adj}; evadable {adj}
phenolisch {adj}; phenolhaltig {adj}; Phenol-
phenolic {adj}
improvisiert {adj}; zusammengeschustert {adj} [ugs.]
rough and ready; rough-and-ready {adj}
laut; lautstark {adj}
gesprächig {adj}
vocal; singing
vocal
vermeidbar; verhütbar {adj}
unvermeidbar {adj}
preventable; preventible
unpreventable
brandig {adj}; gangränös {adj} [med.]
gangrenous {adj}
unerschwinglich {adj}; nicht bezahlbar {adj}
unaffordable
glühend {adj}; flammend {adj} [übtr.]
fiery {adj} [fig.]
labil {adj}; angespannt {adj} (Situation)
hair-trigger {adj}
kurz {adj}; knapp {adj} (Stil)
taut {adj}
undurchschaubar {adj}; undurchsichtig {adj} [fig.]
arcane {adj} [geh.]
schmatzend {adj}; patschend {adj} (Geräusche)
squelching {adj}
ungelenk {adj} [geh.]; tollpatschig {adj}
ungainly {adj}
luxuriös {adj}
lukullisch {adj} (Speisen)
sumptuous {adj} [geh.]
sumptuous {adj} [geh.] (food)
heftig {adj}; scharf {adj} (Kritik)
blistering {adj}
vernichtend {adj}; scharf {adj} (Kritik)
scathing {adj}
ausgezeichnet {adj}; exzellent {adj}; Spitzen-
stellar {adj} [coll.]; excellent {adj}
gepökelt {adj} [cook.]
ungepökelt {adj}
dried-salted; cured
uncured
(zu) gefühlsbetont {adj}; gefühlsduselig {adj}
touchy-feely {adj}
anspruchsvoll; kritisch {adj}
unkritisch {adj}
discriminating
undiscriminating
knapp {adj}; kurz angebunden {adj}
crisp {adj}
stäbchenförmig {adj}; bazillenförmig adj; Bazillen...
bacillary
gefestigt {adj}; bewehrt {adj} (Gebäude)
embattled {adj}; fortified {adj} (building)
provisionspflichtig {adj} [fin.]
provisionsfähig {adj}
commissionable
commissionable
raubeinig {adj} (Person); rüde {adj}
rough and ready; rough-and-ready {adj}
seetüchtig; seefest {adj}
seeuntüchtig {adj}
seaworthy
unseaworthy
erreichbar; ausführbar {adj}
unerreichbar {adj}
achievable
unachievable
vierteilig {adj}; viergliedrig {adj}
Vierer-
quadripartite {adj} [geh.]
quadripartite {adj} [geh.]
blauäugig {adj} [übtr.]; naiv {adj}
starry-eyed {adj}
glückbringend {adj}; Glück bringend {adj}
talismanic {adj}
(übertrieben) theatralisch {adj}; überdramatisch {adj}
hammy [coll.]
ungeschminkt {adj} [übtr.]; ungeschönt {adj}
warts-and-all {adj} [before nouns]
erzielbar {adj}; erreichbar {adj} (Ziel)
attainable {adj}; achievable {adj}
anaphorisch {adj} [gramm.]
rückweisend {adj}
anaphoric
anaphoric
abgesperrt; abgeschlossen {adj}
unversperrt {adj}
locked
unlocked
blicklos {adj}; leer {adj} (Augen)
empty (eyes)
vorlaut {adj}; großmäulig {adj} [ugs.]
mouthy {adj} [coll.]
hochspezialisiert {adj}; hoch spezialisiert {adj}
highly specialised [Br.]; highly specialized [eAm.]
violett; veilchenblau {adj}
erikaviolett {adj}
violet
heather violet
tuntig {adj} [pej.]; schwul {adj} [pej.]; tuntenhaft {adj} [pej.]
poofy {adj} [Br.] [slang] [pej.]
feucht {adj} (Wetter Gras Keller Textilien)
feuchter
am feuchtesten
feucht und kühl
kellerfeucht {adj}
damp (weather grass cellar textiles)
damper
dampest
damp and chilly
cellar damp
vermarktbar {adj}; marktfähig {adj}
ein marktfähiges Erzeugnis
marktgängige marktfähige Wertpapiere; Wertpapiere mit einem Börsenwert
marketable
a salable product
marketable securities
kindlich; kindhaft; infantil [med.]; pueril [psych.] {adj}
kindliche Begeisterung
eine kindliche Handschrift
unkindlich {adj}
childlike; childish
childlike enthusiasm
a childish handwriting
unchildlike
betrieblich {adj}; betriebsbedingt {adj}; Betriebs...; Unternehmens... [econ.]
Unternehmensforschung {f}
aus betrieblichen Gründen; betriebsbedingt
betriebsbedingte Verschmutzung
operational
operational research [Br.]; operations research
for operational reasons
operational pollution
leukozytär {adj}; weiße Blutkörperchen betreffend [anat.] [med.]
in einem weißen Blutkörperchen (befindlich) {adj}
leukocytic
intraleucocytic
in Garnison gelegt (Truppen); mit einer Garnison belegt (Ort) {adj} [mil.]
stationiert {adj}
garrisoned
garrisoned
vaskulär {adj}; Blutgefäße betreffend [anat.] [med.]
innerhalb der Blutgefäße (liegend gelegen) {adj}
vascular
intravascular
lang; weit {adj}
länger; weiter
am längsten; am weitesten
ellenlang [ugs.]; sehr lang {adj}
long
longer
longest
incredibly long
Zirbeldrüse {f}; Epiphyse {f} [anat.]
Zirbeldrüsen {pl}
in einer Epiphyse (befindlich) {adj}
neben den Epiphysen (liegend gelegen) {adj}
pineal gland; pineal body; epiphysis
pineal glands; pineal bodies; epiphysises
intra-epiphysial
juxta-epiphysial
flüchtig, unbeständig {adj}
nichtflüchtig, permanent {adj}
flüchtige Bestandteile
flüchtiger Speicher [comp.]
flüchtige organische Verbindungen [chem.]
volatile
non-volatile
volatile matter
volatile storage
volatile organic compound (VOC)
nuklear; kerntechnisch {adj}
nuklearer Winter
nicht nuklear; konventionell; atomfrei [ugs.] {adj}
nuclear
nuclear winter
non-nuclear
persönlich {adj} pers.
höchstpersönlich; höchstselbst {adj}
persönliche Note {f}
der Präsident höchstpersönlich
in person; personal pers.
in the flesh; in-person
personal touch
the president in person
unerhört teuer; unverschämt teuer {adj}
arschteuer; sauteuer [ugs.]; schweineteuer {adj} [vulg.]
ridiculously expensive; outrageously expensive; preposterously expensive
fucking expensive [vulg.]
schön {adj}
schöner
am schönsten
sehr schön
unschön {adj}
die allerschönste Perle
beautiful
more beautiful
most beautiful
very beautiful
unbeautiful
the most beautiful pearl
aufsässig {adj}; aufgebracht {adj}
fractious {adj}
grob {adj}; rüde {adj}
unceremonious {adj}
verschwommen {adj}; verwaschen {adj}
woolly {adj} [eBr.]; wooly {adj} [eAm.]
betrogen {adj}; gehörnt {adj}
cuckolded {adj}
anfechtbar {adj}
unanfechtbar {adj}
defeasible
indefeasible
hellenisch {adj}; griechisch {adj}
hellenic {adj}
frisch {adj}; unverbraucht {adj}
fresh-faced {adj}
biblisch {adj}
unbiblisch {adj}
scriptural
unscriptural
verblüffend {adj}; unfassbar {adj}
mind-boggling {adj}
dauerhaft {adj}; untilgbar {adj}
indelible {adj}
unfeierlich {adj}; formlos {adj}
unceremonious {adj}
locker {adj}; unbekümmert {adj}
freewheeling {adj}
unauffällig {adj}; zurückhaltend {adj}
low-key {adj}
verwirrend {adj}; verschleiernd {adj}
obfuscating {adj}
verbrauchsgünstig {adj}; sparsam {adj}
economical {adj}
risikoreich {adj}; riskant {adj}
high-risk {adj}
vorschnell {adj}; leichtfertig {adj}
glib {adj}
wild {adj}; ausgelassen {adj}
rumbustious {adj} [eBr.]
waffenfähig {adj}; waffentauglich {adj}
weapons-grade {adj}
ausgabefreidug {adj}; konsumfreudig {adj}
free-spending {adj}
heikel {adj}; schwierig {adj}
sticky {adj} [coll.]
einmonatig {adj}
monatelang {adj}
month-long {adj}
months-long {adj}
mürrisch {adj}; verdrießlich {adj}
splenetic {adj}
radikal {adj}; tiefgreifend {adj}
root-and-branch {adj}
auffallend {adj}; auffällig {adj}
flamboyant {adj}
dick {adj}; rundlich {adj}
rotund {adj} [geh.]
separat {adj}; abgesondert {adj}
discrete {adj}
aufbrausend {adj}; reizbar {adj}
irascible {adj} [formal]
hochmütig {adj}; hochnäsig {adj}
sniffy {adj} [coll.]
abscheulich {adj}; ekelhaft {adj}
putrid {adj}
herabsetzend {adj}; entwürdigend {adj}
debasing {adj}
einschmeichelnd {adj}; schmeichlerisch {adj}
ingratiating {adj}
ungewöhnlich {adj}; unkonventionell {adj}
offbeat {adj} [coll.]
unaufrichtig {adj}; falsch {adj}
double-dealing {adj}
kraftlos {adj}; träge {adj}
supine {adj}
majestätisch {adj}
erhaben {adj}
august {adj}
august {adj}
unberührt {adj}; rein {adj}
pristine {adj}
gepriesen {adj}; gerühmt {adj}
hymned {adj}
verwirrt {adj}; verirrt {adj}
bushed
billig {adj}
einfach {adj}
low-end ... {adj}
low-end ... {adj}
periphrastisch {adj}; umschreibend {adj}
periphrastic {adj}
aufgeteilt {adj}; aufgegliedert {adj}
compartmentalised {adj} [Br.]; compartmentalized {adj} [Am.]
schwermütig {adj}; wehmütig {adj}
elegiac {adj}
teilbar {adj}; spaltbar {adj}
splittable {adj}
unangebracht {adj}
deplatziert {adj}
mistimed {adj}
mistimed {adj}
humorlos; witzlos {adj} {adj}
humourless [Br.]; humorless [Am.]; unhumorous (rare)
perforiert {adj}
kantenperforiert {adj}
sprocketed
edge-sprocketed
festlegbar {adj}
einstellbar {adj}
settable
settable
wohlgeraten {adj}; wohlerzogen {adj}
well-behaved {adj}
soziodemographisch {adj}; soziodemografisch {adj}
socio-demographic {adj}
coabhängig {adj}; co-abhängig {adj}
codependent {adj}; co-dependent {adj}
spitzbübisch {adj}; schelmisch {adj}
puckish {adj}
benachbart {adj}
anliegend {adj}
apposed
apposed
maßgebend {adj}; richtungsweisend {adj}
magisterial {adj}
heilbar {adj}
unheilbar {adj}
curable
uncurable; past cure
schwunghaft {adj}; munter {adj}
sprightly {adj}
unbearbeitet {adj}; unzensiert {adj}
unbowdlerised {adj} [Br.]; unbowdlerized {adj} [eAm.]
uneingeschränkt {adj}; unbeschränkt {adj}
untrammeled {adj}; untrammelled {adj}
düster {adj}; finster {adj}
sullen {adj}
freigiebig {adj}; großzügig {adj}
bountiful {adj}
drastisch {adj}; gewaltig {adj}
swingeing {adj} [eBr.]
vernünftig {adj}; sinnvoll {adj}
senseful
verallgemeinerbar {adj}
generalisierbar {adj}
generalisable; generalizable
generalisable; generalizable
unverblümt {adj}; geradeheraus {adj}
forthright {adj}; frank {adj}
schwachsinnig {adj}; beschränkt {adj}
imbecilic {adj}
tief {adj}; tiefsitzend {adj}
deep-seated {adj}
rechnerisch {adj}
kalkulatorisch {adj}
calculative
calculative
starr {adj}; versteinert {adj}
transfixed {adj}
wesentlich {adj}; grundlegend {adj}
integral {adj}

Deutsche Synonyme für dotiert {adj} (Arbeitsstelle)

arbeitsstelle  
Arbeitsort  Arbeitsstätte  Arbeitsstelle  Beschäftigungsstelle  Ort  der  Beschäftigung  

Englische Synonyme für paid

paid  acquitted  chartered  discharged  employed  expended  hired  hireling  leased  let  liquidated  mercenary  paid in full  postpaid  prepaid  receipted  remitted  rented  salaried  settled  spent  subleased  sublet  waged  

Lexikoneinträge für paid (post) / a highly-paid well-paid job / The monthly salary for the position is EUR 3 000.

Crown-post (n.) Same as King-post.
Ex post facto () Alt. of Ex postfacto
Highly (adv.) In a high manner, or to a high degree
Job (n.) A sudden thrust or stab
Job (n.) A piece of chance or occasional work
Job (n.) A public transaction done for private profit
Job (n.) Any affair or event which affects one, whether fortunately or unfortunately.
Job (n.) A situation or opportunity of work
Job (v. t.) To strike or stab with a pointed instrument.
Job (v. t.) To thrust in, as a pointed instrument.
Job (v. t.) To do or cause to be done by separate portions or lots
Job (v. t.) To buy and sell, as a broker
Job (v. t.) To hire or let by the job or for a period of service
Job (v. i.) To do chance work for hire
Job (v. i.) To seek private gain under pretense of public service
Job (v. i.) To carry on the business of a jobber in merchandise or stocks.
Job (n.) The hero of the book of that name in the Old Testament
King-post (n.) A member of a common form of truss, as a roof truss. It is strictly a tie, intended to prevent the sagging of the tiebeam in the middle. If there are struts, supporting the main rafters, they often bear upon the foot of the king-post. Called also crown-post.
Lamp-post (n.) A post (generally a pillar of iron) supporting a lamp or lantern for lighting a street, park, etc.
Monthly (a.) Continued a month, or a performed in a month
Monthly (a.) Done, happening, payable, published, etc., once a month, or every month
Monthly (n.) A publication which appears regularly once a month.
Monthly (adv.) Once a month
Monthly (adv.) As if under the influence of the moon
Paid (imp., p. p., & a.) Receiving pay
Paid (imp., p. p., & a.) Satisfied
Paid (imp. & p. p.) of Pay
Position (n.) The state of being posited, or placed
Position (n.) The spot where a person or thing is placed or takes a place
Position (n.) Hence: The ground which any one takes in an argument or controversy
Position (n.) Relative place or standing
Position (n.) A method of solving a problem by one or two suppositions
Position (v. t.) To indicate the position of
Post- () A prefix signifying behind, back, after
Post (a.) Hired to do what is wrong
Post (n.) A piece of timber, metal, or other solid substance, fixed, or to be fixed, firmly in an upright position, especially when intended as a stay or support to something else
Post (n.) The doorpost of a victualer's shop or inn, on which were chalked the scores of customers
Post (n.) The place at which anything is stopped, placed, or fixed
Post (n.) A station, or one of a series of stations, established for the refreshment and accommodation of travelers on some recognized route
Post (n.) A military station
Post (n.) The piece of ground to which a sentinel's walk is limited.
Post (n.) A messenger who goes from station
Post (n.) An established conveyance for letters from one place or station to another
Post (n.) Haste or speed, like that of a messenger or mail carrier.
Post (n.) One who has charge of a station, especially of a postal station.
Post (n.) A station, office, or position of service, trust, or emolument
Post (n.) A size of printing and writing paper. See the Table under Paper.
Post (v. t.) To attach to a post, a wall, or other usual place of affixing public notices
Post (v. t.) To hold up to public blame or reproach
Post (v. t.) To enter (a name) on a list, as for service, promotion, or the like.
Post (v. t.) To assign to a station
Post (v. t.) To carry, as an account, from the journal to the ledger
Post (v. t.) To place in the care of the post
Post (v. t.) To inform
Post (v. i.) To travel with post horses
Post (v. i.) To rise and sink in the saddle, in accordance with the motion of the horse, esp. in trotting.
Post (adv.) With post horses
Post-abdomen (n.) That part of a crustacean behind the cephalothorax
Post-captain (n.) A captain of a war vessel whose name appeared, or was "posted," in the seniority list of the British navy, as distinguished from a commander whose name was not so posted. The term was also used in the United States navy
Post-disseizin (n.) A subsequent disseizin committed by one of lands which the disseizee had before recovered of the same disseizor
Post-disseizor (n.) A person who disseizes another of lands which the disseizee had before recovered of the same disseizor.
Post-fine (n.) A duty paid to the king by the cognizee in a fine of lands, when the same was fully passed
Post-mortem (a.) After death
Post note () A note issued by a bank, payable at some future specified time, as distinguished from a note payable on demand.
Post-obit () Alt. of Post-obit bond
Post-obit bond () A bond in which the obligor, in consideration of having received a certain sum of money, binds himself to pay a larger sum, on unusual interest, on the death of some specified individual from whom he has expectations.
Post office (n.) See under 4th Post.
Post-temporal (a.) Situated back of the temporal bone or the temporal region of the skull
Post-temporal (n.) A post-temporal bone.
Post-tragus (n.) A ridge within and behind the tragus in the ear of some animals.
Post-tympanic (a.) Situated behind the tympanum, or in the skull, behind the auditory meatus.
Oueen-post (n.) One of two suspending posts in a roof truss, or other framed truss of similar form. See King-post.
Salary (a.) Saline
Salary (n.) The recompense or consideration paid, or stipulated to be paid, to a person at regular intervals for services
Salary (v. t.) To pay, or agree to pay, a salary to
Tool-post (n.) Alt. of Tool-stock

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

position the act of positing, an assumption taken as a postulate or axiom
autopsy
necropsy
postmortem
post-mortem
PM
postmortem examination
post-mortem examination
an examination and dissection of a dead body to determine cause of death or the changes produced by disease
coaching
coaching job
the job of a professional coach
post the delivery and collection of letters and packages, it came by the first post, if you hurry you'll catch the post
pay cut
salary cut
the act of reducing a salary
post office a children's game in which kisses are exchanged for pretended letters
job a damaging piece of work, dry rot did the job of destroying the barn, the barber did a real job on my hair
job the performance of a piece of work, she did an outstanding job as Ophelia, he gave it up as a bad job
occupation
business
job
line of work
line
the principal activity in your life that you do to earn money, he's not in my line of business
job the responsibility to do something, it is their job to print the truth
position post
berth
office spot billet
place
situation
a job in an organization, he occupied a post in the treasury
nose job
rhinoplasty
cosmetic surgery to improve the appearance of your nose
job task
chore
a specific piece of work required to be done as a duty or for a specific fee, estimates of the city's loss on that job ranged as high as a million dollars, the job of repairing the engine took several hours, the endless task of classifying the samples, the farmer's morning chores
stead
position place lieu
the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another, can you go in my stead?, took his place, in lieu of
position (in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player, what position does he play?
inside job some transgression committed with the assistance of someone trusted by the victim, the police decided that the crime was an inside job
caper job a crime (especially a robbery), the gang pulled off a bank job in St. Louis
jacking off
jerking off
hand job
wank
slang for masturbation
placement
location locating
position
positioning
emplacement
the act of putting something in a certain place
job action a temporary action by workers to protest management decision or to make demands
powder-post termite
Cryptotermes brevis
extremely destructive dry-wood termite of warm regions
post horse
post-horse
poster
a horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers
command post
general headquarters
GHQ
military headquarters from which a military commander controls and organizes the forces
corner post a square post supporting a structural member at the corner of a building
country store
general store
trading post
a retail store serving a sparsely populated region, usually stocked with a wide variety of merchandise
drug cocktail
highly active antiretroviral therapy
HAART
a combination of protease inhibitors taken with reverse transcriptase inhibitors, used in treating AIDS and HIV
hinging post
swinging post
the gatepost on which the gate is hung
hitching post a fixed post with a ring to which a horse can be hitched to prevent it from straying
job a workplace, as in the expression on the job,
job an object worked on, a result produced by working, he held the job in his left hand and worked on it with his right
job-oriented terminal a terminal designed for a particular application
king post post connecting the crossbeam to the apex of a triangular truss
military post
post
military installation at which a body of troops is stationed, this military post provides an important source of income for the town nearby, there is an officer's club on the post
newel post
newel
the post at the top or bottom of a flight of stairs, it supports the handrail
post an upright consisting of a piece of timber or metal fixed firmly in an upright position, he set a row of posts in the ground and strung barbwire between them
post and lintel a structure consisting of vertical beams (posts) supporting a horizontal beam (lintel)
post chaise closed horse-drawn carriage with four wheels, formerly used to transport passengers and mail
post exchange
PX
a commissary on a United States Army post
posthole
post hole
a hole dug in the ground to hold a fence post
posthole digger
post-hole digger
a shovel used to sink postholes
post horn wind instrument used by postilions of the th and th centuries
posthouse
post house
an inn for exchanging post horses and accommodating riders
Post-Office box
PO Box
POB
call box letter box
a numbered compartment in a post office where mail is put to be called for
post road a road over which mail is carried
queen post vertical tie post in a roof truss
shutting post the gatepost against which the gate closes
telephone pole
telegraph pole
telegraph post
tall pole supporting telephone wires
whipping post post formerly used in public to which offenders are tied to be whipped
position
spatial relation
the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated, the position of the hands on the clock, he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage
position posture
attitude
the arrangement of the body and its limbs, he assumed an attitude of surrender
ballet position classical position of the body and especially the feet in ballet
lithotomy position a position lying on your back with knees bent and thighs apart, assumed for vaginal or rectal examination
lotus position a sitting position with the legs crossed, used in yoga
missionary position a position for sexual intercourse, a man and woman lie facing each other with the man on top, soalled because missionaries thought it the proper position for primitive peoples
raise
rise wage hike
hike
wage increase
salary increase
the amount a salary is increased, he got a % raise, he got a wage hike
superiority favorable position
favourable position
the quality of being at a competitive advantage
inferiority unfavorable position the quality of being a competitive disadvantage
post hoc
post hoc ergo propter hoc
the logical fallacy of believing that temporal succession implies a causal relation
position stance
posture
a rationalized mental attitude
position
view perspective
a way of regarding situations or topics etc., consider what follows from the positivist view
Post-It brand name for a slip of notepaper that has an adhesive that allows it to stick to a surface and be removed without damaging the surface
mail
mail service
postal service
post
the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office, the mail handles billions of items every day, he works for the United States mail service, in England they call mail `the post'
parcel post postal service that handles packages
Job
Book of Job
a book in the Old Testament containing Job's pleas to God about his afflictions and God's reply
place position an item on a list or in a sequence, in the second place, moved from third to fifth position
cleanup
cleanup position
cleanup spot
(baseball) the fourth position in the batting order (usually filled by the best batter on the team)
aide-memoire
position paper
a memorandum summarizing the items of an agreement (used especially in diplomatic communications)
job application an application for a job
occupational safety and health act
federal job safety law
a law passed by the United States Congress that created the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to prevent employees from being injured or contracting diseases in the course of their employment
job (computer science) a program application that may consist of several steps but is a single logical unit
job control a program that is called to prepare each job to be run
monthly a periodical that is published every month (or issues per year)
registered mail
registered post
mail that is registered by the post office when sent in order to assure safe delivery
postcard
post card
postal card
mailingard
a card for sending messages by post without an envelope
defamation
calumny
calumniation
obloquy
traducement
hatchet job
a false accusation of an offense or a malicious misrepresentation of someone's words or actions
job description description of the responsibilities associated with a given job
snow job a long and elaborate misrepresentation
side
position
an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute, there are two sides to every question
postmortem
post-mortem
discussion of an event after it has occurred
job interview
employment interview
an interview to determine whether an applicant is suitable for a position of employment
position paper a report that explains or justifies or recommends some particular policy
post stake a pole or stake set up to mark something (as the start or end of a race track), a pair of posts marked the goal, the corner of the lot was indicated by a stake
starting post a post marking the starting point of a race (especially a horse race)
winning post the post at the end of a racecourse
job lot a miscellaneous collection of things sold together
United States Post Office
US Post Office
Post Office
PO
an independent agency of the federal government responsible for mail delivery (and sometimes telecommunications) between individuals and businesses in the United States
post office local post office a local branch where postal services are available
mission missionary post
missionary station
foreign mission
an organization of missionaries in a foreign land sent to carry on religious work
mail
post
any particular collection of letters or packages that is delivered, your mail is on the table, is there any post for me?, she was opening her post
post-office box number
PO box number
PO Box No
box number
the number of a letter box at the post office where mail is collected
lookout
observation post
an elevated post affording a wide view
meteorological observation post
weather station
one of a network of observation posts where meteorological data is recorded
pole position the most favorable position at the start of a race
position
place
the particular portion of space occupied by something, he put the lamp back in its place
position the appropriate or customary location, the cars were in position
military position
position
a point occupied by troops for tactical reasons
post
station
the position where someone (as a guard or sentry) stands or is assigned to stand, a soldier manned the entrance post, a sentry station
handyman
jack of all trades
odd-job man
a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks
job candidate an applicant who is being considered for a job
Job any long-suffering person who withstands affliction without despairing

 

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